Reviews/Endorsements

Interview/Reviews

VIDEO REVIEW of GRACE: A Leader’s Guide to a Better Us by Chester Elton

The Leadership Power of GRACE: Interview with Skip Prichard

GRACE by John Baldoni (Interview on Wharton Work/Life with Stew Friedman)

What Does It Take to Lead with GRACE? (Interview with Inside Personal Growth/Greg Voisen)

Lead with GRACE: Interview with Fresh Tracks/Kelly Robbins

GRACE: How We Use It to Make Things Better for All of Us (KBOO-FM/Donald Altman)

GRACE: Conscious Leadership for a Better Tomorrow (Interview with Gwilda Wiyaka)

Leading with Influence and Grace (Wanda Wallace Interview)

Review: GRACE: A Leader's Guide to a Better Us (Management Issues/Jim Kerr)

Review: GRACE (Blue Heron Journal/Patricia Moody)

Review: GRACE: A Leader's Guide to a Better Us (LeadershipBlog/Mike McKinney)

The Quality of Mercy Is Very Much Strained (Seapoint Center)

How FDR Showed Grace on D-Day

The Gracious Courage of Lou Gehrig

Endorsements

"Leadership is about humility, love and service. GRACE: The Leader’s Guide to a Better Us reveals how leaders demonstrate what it means to be open to others, how they care for their people, and how they serve for the “greater good.” GRACE can be your handbook for creating a stronger culture and a more supportive workplace that enriches your team and your organization's performance."
Alan Mulally, former CEO of Boeing Commercial Aircraft and Ford Motor Company 

"In a moment when it seems that grace is a lost art, a collection of thoughtful leaders and writers have come together to restore it. This book couldn’t come at a better time." 
Adam Grant, New York Times bestselling author of Give and Takeand Originals.

"One of my favorite sayings is 'Life is good.' In GRACE: The Leader’s Guide to a Better Us, John Baldoni gives that reality new meaning. GRACE contains story after story of women and men taking it upon themselves to make a positive difference in the lives of other people. Grace is a gift that we all need more of it."
Marshall Goldsmith, world’s No. 1 executive coach and author of multiple New York Timesbest-sellers including What Got You Here, Won’t Get You There, Mojo andTriggers

"GRACE: The Leader’s Guide to a Better Us is the product of a fruitful career spent immersed in the study and practice of leadership, and it shows. Based on the fundamental notion that the pursuit of profits alone will not give us everything we need, John Baldoni gets to the heart of what’s too often missing: grace, the catalyst for pursuing the greater good. Through stories big and small, Baldoni reveals what it takes to live and lead with grace in ways that can have a profound impact on those around you – and yourself. If you feel like there must be something more, this book will help you find it."
John U. Bacon, author of the National Bestseller, The Great Halifax Explosion

"John Baldoni brings grace to life in his outstanding new book! Laced with a myriad of inspiring stories and examples, there is no doubt that grace is real and that it is alive today. Grace is the kind of book we desperately need during these times when so many people have forgotten what good leadership looks like.Baldoni shows how to make grace available to each of us so you can become the leader you were meant to be and the kind of leader the world needs today." 
Jesse Lyn Stoner, CEO Seapoint Center, co-author Full Steam Ahead: Unleash the Power of Vision

"There is no better time than now to pause and reflect on the power of grace. And there is no better guide for this journey than John Baldoni. Sharing roots from world religions and bringing to life with stories from modern times, Baldoni moves us to feel grace and gives us actionable steps to do more to help others."
Kevin Kruse, New York Times bestselling author

"A Leaders Guide to Better Us is a consummate book that teaches leaders and upcoming leaders the importance and value of being selfless and compassionate. Leadership has become synonymous with vainglory, but John captures the essence of leadership with a moral striving by capturing the most quintessential elements of leadership: grace, generosity, respect, action, compassion, and energy. This is the perfect book for those seeking to hone their leadership abilities and gain a better understanding of what it takes be a good leader." 
Shermichael Singleton, Forbes 30 under 30and MSNBC contributor

 
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